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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1928

7'AGE I~'O!Th. THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1928

DAIY F F IC I:AL BU LL ET I-N
Publication. in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members

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of the U;niversity. Copy received at the office of the Stammer Sessionl
until 3:30-p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).

Volume VIII.

Voinni Viii ATUTRDAY, JULY 7, 1928

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TIo All Tlen Playing' ini the Summtter Tennis TI''url mitt:
Please call in the Intramural Office (room 6 Waterman G-ymn) for cards
ryermitting : you. to play on Ferry Field Courts free of charge. The charge
is usually $1.5~ but to tournament pla ,ers tt,,? Clarge is not collected in lieu
'o.the' 3ntramural Tennis Card.

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',a ltlc (311pU i. sunmmer Session O(rchestra:
AilI players of orchestral instrumenits, are invited t,: loin tite summer
r, .ooh orchestra which rehearses Monday and Wedne day at 2 p. n., at
the Puiversity Schoool of Music. A concert is being planlned . No'fee is'
c 'hareed. A .full rehearsal will be held from 7 to 8 :30 p. In., Monday
evenings to accommodate those unable to attend the afternoon rehearsals._
Signed: D~avid Itattern, Coniductor
1lMe's EducationCliub:
The next meeting of the club will lbe held at the Michigan Union
Monday evenin g, July 9, at 7 o'clock. Mr'. O'Neil, head of the D~epartmient
of: Speech of the University will be the speaker. In addition to the address,
a stunt will be staged by one of the groups.
The folloing baseball games are schedu ledl for Tuesday afternoon,
july 10 .at 4o'clock on South Ferry Field.
Principals vs. Superintendents.
Faculty vs. Teachers.
Woutien's £Educattionial Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet at 836 Tappan Road from
7 to 8 P. in.. on Monday, July 9. Mrs. Glenn Carlson will discuss the'
11 Illins' Park Plan. There will a group- of songs by Miss Ross. All women
o;' the Summer Session are cordially invited.
Elizabeth Ferguson, President
PI I anibda Thieta :
Pi L-aml da Theta swim and picnic. at Dr. Moehman's, Barton Hills, 5
o'clock Tuesday, July 10. Please notify Madeline Bowers, University High
c'hool. it you cad~ come at 5 or 6 o'clock; also whether you can provide a.
car .--r wish to be taken. Consult Miss Bowers for directions.
Katherine B. Greene
HrUBBARD IS FAVORED 7 8 inches at the nationia-l collegiate
Ile--hart Hubbard, who was unbeat- tr ack meet in Chicago in 1925. is fav-
en in three years of competition in ored to win the event at the coam
the broad jump at the University of j rg Olympic games at Amsterdam next
Michigan and who broke all known! month. H-ubbard won the broad jumpr
records with his leap of 25 feet 10 C lymnpic games.

PROSPECTS OF LIVELY
PARTY BATTLESI LOOM
Michigan Republicans And Democrats
Select Their Candldatts For
f Fall Primary Election
COMSTOCK IS DRAFTED
(By Associated Press)
;DET1ROIT, July 7.-Prospects of
flively Republican and Democratic
campaigns in Michigan precedin~g the
primary election this fall loomed to-
clay follsowing meetings here Tphursdlay
in whch groups of both parties voted
to draft slates of cand~dates for major
state olpcers.
jAbout 125i-Re publicains, most of
them from Detroit, meeting Thurs-
day night, adopted the name of theI
- ;tizens' Committee and voted un-
animousely t;) draft an anti-administra-
tion slate composed o)f George Lord
cuf 3etroit ffox U(acted States setiat r
axi~j 'eorge W. Wyelsh cof Grand Rapids
f'or eo'rnor.
At the Democratic meeting, attend-
ed by county chairman of the lower
peninsular, this slate was drafted:
John W. Bailey, mayor of Battle
Creeks, for senator; William A. Comn-
stock of Detroit, Democratic national
committeeman, for governor; Trheo-
dore H. Elferdink, Grand Rapids law-
yer, and Frank J. Sawyer, Gland
IBlanc, banker for lieutenant gover-
nor.1
None of the men drafted by either
party group had made a definite state-
ment today accepting or declining the
honor.
The Democrats, hopeful that Gov.
Alfred E. Smith, heading the Demo-
cratic ticket, will lead them to a vic-
tory in Michigan this year, made
plans to perfect organizations
throughout the state. It was planned
to hold meetings in every congression-
al district in the state.

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Explorer Describes Finding of Ancient
Alaskan Inhabitants In Dispatch
To New York Times
REMAINS ARE MUMMIFIED
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NE\V YORK, July 7.-The discovery
of whait are believed to be mummified
remains of stone age man is des-
cribed 'in a. dispatch to today's New
York{ Times from Harold McCracken,
head of an expedition of the Ameri-
can Museum of National History to
the Aleutian island off the Alaskan
coast.
Four mummified bodies, three adults
and one- infant, were found on the'
summit of- an almost inaccessible is-
land along with their clothing, do-
mestic articles, hunting weapons and
other paraphernalia th~at went with
the burial of the early, barbarian.
The burial tomb bore evidence of
Mongolian influence, but there was
nothing to indicate contact with 'an-
cient or modern civilizations.
The vault was made of well shaped
an 'idmortised drift logs held together
by bone nails and had been wedged
in a rock crevice on an almost un-
Sscalable peak. The lining of the vault
fwas of cured otter skins. The vault
itself was divided into two parts, in
one of which was the body of a man
-evidently of high rank and in the
other the bodies' of the' other two
eadults and the child.
The body of the ancient ice king
was clothed in otter skins surmount-
,ing a shirt of bird: skins, both elabor-
ately decorated.

Y OF BODY HA PROVIDES lfDT
INSTRUMENTEFOR MAN'SBNFTM CRACKENREOT
. . ' DISCO VERY OF BODIES

Simplification of methods of measuring the release of heat energy ini
the vital processes and activities of the body has placed in the hands of
science a new- instrument r-'! the benefit of mankind. Oxygen consumption
anid energy expenditure are measured at the Carnegie Institution of Wash-
iigtoni by the use of' a bicycle "ergometer" (above). The rear wheel is
replaced by a heavy flywheel. The friction, of ,a. band passing around the
flywheel can be regulated and measured, and thus the work can be comn-
hutec an'id expressed in foot pounds. Dr. Francis G. Benedict (inset) uses
the insti ument in the Institution's nutrition laboratory.

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